Success at the 1925 German Long-Distance Flight Trials

  • Date
    31 May - 9 June 1925
  • Description
    DMG takes part in the 1925 German Long-Distance Flight Trials with four light planes equipped with the new Mercedes F 7502 engine. In addition to two Daimler L 20, two twin-engine Daimler L 21 aircraft, designed by Hanns Klemm on the basis of the L 20 specifically for the competition, take to the air in Berlin-Tempelhof. In one of these planes, Bruno Loerzer finishes first in Group A. Second and third places go to Martin Schrenk and Hans Guritzer in the L 20.
The Klemm-Daimler L 21 light aircraft from 1925 was powered by two Daimler aeroengines, each producing 20 hp.
Klemm-Leichtflugzeug L 21, 1925
L 21, built in 1925